El 06/12/11 12:49, Laurent Dard escribió: > Le 06/12/2011 10:42, "Alejandro Téllez C." a écrit : >> Well, might be something. Sudo does not appear anymore on the "To be >> uninstalled" list, but the kdelibs package still appear when I mark >> the '*kdesktop-trinity*' or '*ksmserver-trinity*' packages. >>>>> kdelibs >>>>> kdelibs-data >>>>> kdelibs4c2a* > In fact, these are KDE3 libraries (not KDE4). They will be replaced by > trinity's versions. Nothing to fear here... > > You can see this with: > $ apt-cache policy kdelibs* > $ apt-cache policy kdelibs-data* > $ apt-cache policy kdelibs4c2a* > > 4:3.5.10 versions will be replaced with trinity's 4:3.5.13 versions. > (kdelibs-trinity, kdelibs-data-trinity& kdelibs4c2a-trinity) > Oh, thanks a lot for the info. I removed them and installed the ones from Trinity, Both KDE and TDE seem to have no conflict at all. However I have a new problem in TDE. Upon trying to open the menu, on Preferences and System tools sections, the panel crashes. Upon the first crash the panel restarts, but if it crashes again I have to restart my session. Also, the KMix program always starts even if I uncheck/untick the Autostart option.